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Wales Office

From the future of our Welsh towns and high streets to how we support an increase in self-employment, Severn Bridge tolls to sick pay legislation, every year government at all levels produces policies that affect the running of your small business.

Our team is driven by the issues that matter to our 10,000 members in Wales. We address your concerns and solve your problems through close consultation with the decision-makers who shape the business landscape. If it matters to you, we take it to the heart of government and work to create positive change. We have campaigned on issues ranging from those affecting self-employed individuals, smaller businesses, and our medium-sized firms.

As one of those 10,000 members in Wales you'll be supported by the Wales Policy Unit and Region Committee; made up of members that represent your interests from across the country. There's also a dedicated team based in the Welsh Press and Parliamentary Office in Cardiff to represent member-driven policy at all levels of Welsh public life; informing politicians, officials and the media about the effect decision-making could be having on small businesses and the self-employed in Wales.

There are also regional staff working hard across Wales to campaign and advance the work of the FSB and serve the interest of the member at a local level.

Wales Local Contacts

If you want to get in touch with the Wales team about a local business issue, event or local support in your area please use the details below. 

Email:  Tel: 02920 747406

Press Releases for Wales

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Fair Work Commission Report the Start of an Important Journey says Wales’ Largest Business Group

May 07, 2019 View this article

Business Understanding Critical to Success of New Tax System

Mar 20, 2019 View this article

News for Wales

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FSB Wales Blog: December Business of the Month, Avia Speed Shop, Bridgend

Dec 04, 2018 View this article

FSB Wales Blog - Animated Technologies – Business of the month for November 2018

Nov 01, 2018 View this article